You can watch THE UNLIMITED Hyoubu Kyosuke on Crunchyroll here: http://www.crunchyroll.com/the-unlimited-hyobu-kyosuke
Read our previous review of THE UNLIMITED Hyoubu Kyosuke here: http://animepicks.co.uk/2013/02/the-unlimited-hyobu-kyosuke-half-season-review/
ESPers, individuals capable of using telepathy or other similar paranormal abilities populate the world. Their presence is suppressed by the government but one exceedingly powerful ESPer has made it his objective to rescue his oppressed and miss-treated comrades, even if he has to do it by force.
Hyoubu Kyosuke gained the trust and respect of the ESPers he saved and as a result started the resistance group named P.A.N.D.R.A. We now follow this group of fugitives as they fight their way to freedom.
THE UNLIMITED Hyobu Kyosuke is quite frankly one of the best anime in the Crunchyroll Winter 2013 line up. Standing out from the slice of life-filled roster of anime, it provides the viewer with plenty of action, an exciting plot and great characters.
Resembling that of X-Men, the story focuses on the rebel’s side of the story. These outcasts are always appealing to fans due to their variety of powers and personalities compared to that of the grey and mundane military opposing them. Ranging from a young man who can screech sonic waves, to a woman who can shoot a blast of air powerful enough to send you flying. It’s these characters that make the anime intriguing, but it’s one character in particular that pushes the story forward.
Andy Hinomiya joins P.A.N.D.R.A after Hyoubu rescues him, but this character has an ulterior motive. Working for the enemy, Andy acts as a spy and sets out to blend in with our heroes. Of course this causes some complications but rather than having a predictable argument when this is found out, the characters deal with the situation in an entirely different way. It’s moments like this that show off the script writing and storytelling of the writers.
The series ends on somewhat of an open note, though this does not mean to say we are left asking questions. Everything appears to be wrapped up but enough is left open to leave room for another series. Should there be one, you can bet we will be watching.